CompPhys17: List of Participants

Wolfhard Janke (Univ. Leipzig, Germany):

David P. Landau (The University of Georgia, Athens, GA, USA): Complexity and optimization: Physical science meets biological science via computer simulations

Jonathan Gross (Univ. Leipzig, Germany): Monte Carlo studies of P3HT aggregation (P)

Joan Adler (Technion, Haifa, Israel): Physics and physics education via visualization

Johannes Zierenberg (Max Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self-Organization, Göttingen, Germany): Diversity of dynamic states in neural networks induced by homeostatic plasticity

Lev Shchur (Landau Institute and Science Center, Chernogolovka, Moscow region, Russia) : Control of accuracy in the Wang-Landau algorithm

Zeynep Demir Vatansever (Dokuz Eylul University, Izmir, Turkey): Monte Carlo study of hysteresis features of a cylindrical nanowire under quenched disorder (P)

Erol Vatansever (Dokuz Eylul University, Izmir, Turkey): Dynamically order-disorder transition in triangular lattice driven by a time dependent magnetic field (P)

Des Johnston (Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK): Spin chain SUSY

Steffen Trimper (Univ. Halle, Germany):

Eren Metin Elci (Monash University, Clayton, Victoria, Australia): On critical speeding-up in an irreversible worm dynamics for high-dimensional Ising models

Hendrik Schawe (Univ. Oldenburg, Germany): Linear programming and cutting planes for ground states and excited states of the traveling salesperson problem

Walter Selke (RWTH Aachen, Germany):

Franz Paul Spitzner (Univ. Leipzig, Germany): Two perspectives on the condensation-evaporation transition (P)

Stanislav Kazmin (MPI MIS and Univ. Leipzig, Germany): Site-diluted Ising model in two dimensions - Towards long-range correlated defects (P)

Nikolaos Fytas (Coventry Univ., England, UK): On the effect of disorder on first-order phase transitions: The case of the 2D random-bond Blume-Capel model

Francesco Parisen Toldin (Univ. Würzburg, Germany): Finite-size effects in canonical and grand-canonical quantum Monte Carlo simulations for fermions

Alexander Hartmann (Univ. Oldenburg, Germany): High-precision simulation of height distribution for directed polymers in random media

Henrik Christiansen (Univ. Leipzig, Germany): Efficient method of simulating with long-range interactions: The case of coarsening in the Ising model

Timur Shakirov (Univ. Halle, Germany): Convergence estimation of flat-histogram algorithms based on simulation results

Fred Hucht (Univ. Duisburg-Essen, Germany): A Analytic finite-size scaling functions in the anisotropic Ising rectangle

Arne Böker (Univ. Halle, Germany): Structure of poly-glutamines studied by Monte Carlo simulation (P)

Hendrik Hobrecht (Univ. Duisburg-Essen, Germany): Disassembling Casimir scaling functions at finite aspect ratios

Juan J. Ruiz-Lorenzo (Universidad de Extremadura, Badajoz, Spain): Numerical construction of the Aizenman-Wehr metastate.

Elmar Bittner (Univ. Heidelberg, Germany): On the interface tension of the Ising model

Hsiao-Ping Hsu (MPI Polymer Research, Mainz, Germany): Non-linear viscoelasticity of highly strained polymer melts: Primitive path analysis

Eunsang Lee (Univ. Halle, Germany): Thermodynamics of single polyethylene and polybutylene glycols with hydrogen-bonding ends

Tobias Weiß (Univ. Leipzig, Germany):

Nathan Clisby (Swinburne University of Technology, Hawthorn, Victoria, Australia): Efficient implementation of connectivity changing moves for dense polymers

Dimitris Voliotis (University of Sao Paulo, Brazil): Critical behavior of the quantum Potts chain with aperiodic perturbation

Wolfgang Paul (Univ. Halle, Germany):

Alexander Holm (IOM and Univ. Leipzig, Germany): MD simulations on martensitic transformations in iron-palladium

Benno Werlich (Univ. Halle, Germany): Stiff homopolymer chains and specific interactions (P)

Konstantin Klemm (IFISC, Mallorca, Spain): Exact expected cluster sizes for bond percolation in finite networks

Arnulf Möbius (IFW Dresden, Germany): Simulated annealing, effective but inefficient? A case study for the 3D136 instance of the HP model of protein folding

Antonio Gordillo (Universidad de Extremadura, Badajoz, Spain): Crumpling transition and low-temperatures properties of crystalline membranes with perforation patterns

Agnes Werner (Univ. Leipzig, Germany):

Reinhold Haberlandt (univ. Leipzig, Germany):

Ferenc Igloi (Wigner Research Centre, Budapest, Hungary): Contact process in inhomogeneous environment

Dimitrij Tschodu (Univ. Leipzig, Germany):

Marius Bause (MPI Polymer Research, Mainz, Germany): Reweighting simulations in and out of equilibrium

Ulrich Hansmann (University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK, USA): Enhanced sampling simulations of folding and aggregation

Khristine Haydukivska (ICMP, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Lviv, Ukraine): Shape characteristics of partially directed polymers in anisotropic environment (P)

Michael Beyer (Univ. Halle, Germany): Applications of quantum Hamilton equations of motion

Jeanette Köppe (Univ. Halle, Germany): Applications of quantum Hamilton equations of motion (P)

Markus Patzold (Univ. Halle, Germany):

Suman Majumder (Univ. Leipzig, Germany):

Stefan Schnabel (Univ. Leipzig, Germany): Coarse-graining the state space of a spin glass

Daria Maltseva (Moscow State University, Russia, and Univ. Halle, Germany): Diagrams of states for single flexible-semiflexible multiblock copolymer chains in different selective solvents: Computer simulations by means of stochastic approximation Monte Carlo (P)

Viktor Ivanov (Moscow State University, Russia):

Simon Schneider (Univ. Leipzig, Germany):

Martin Hasenbusch (Humboldt Univ., Berlin, Germany): Interface tension and the cluster exchange algorithm

Nicolai Oberthuer (Univ. Leipzig, Germany):

Fabio Mueller (Univ. Leipzig, Germany): Non-flat histogram methods for spin glasses (P)

Harald Morgner (Univ. Leipzig, Germany)::

Assem Afanah (Univ. Leipzig, Germany):

Paul Cervenak (Univ. Leipzig, Germany):

Ulrich Behn (Univ. Leipzig, Germany):

Arwed Schiller (Univ. Leipzig, Germany):

Daniel Dernbach (Univ. Leipzig, Germany):

Johannes Bock (Univ. Leipzig, Germany):

Kseniia Shapovalova (Far Eastern Federal University, Vladivostok, Russia, and Univ. Leipzig, Germany):

Cristian Popov: